Allergy and Immunology
Memorial's Allergy & Immunology diagnoses, manages, and treats the many facets of allergies, asthma symptoms, and immunology conditions.
Diagnosis and Treatment for Allergies, Asthma, and More
At Memorial, we have a team of allergy, asthma and immunology experts who provide comprehensive care for children and adults. These experts, along with our board-certified physicians, have a deep wellspring of extensive training and experience from which they can diagnose, manage, and treat the many facets of allergies, asthma symptoms, and immunology conditions.
Living with allergies and asthma can be challenging obstacles to a patient’s ability to function well and to fully enjoy life. We understand this, which is why we work hard to develop an individualized action plan for each of our patients so that they can effectively manage their symptoms and find lasting relief. For your individual situation, this could include allergy testing, immunotherapy (allergy shots), immune system evaluations, treatments and more.
Allergy and Immunology Clinic
If your team makes the assessment that you have an unmanageable sinus condition including nasal polyps, allergies, or recurrent infections that have required many years of treatment or multiple surgeries, often with asthma, they may refer you to Memorial Physician Clinics – Allergy and Immunology Clinic.
Conditions Diagnosed and Treated
- Seasonal allergies
- Food allergies
- Drug allergies
- Asthma immune deficiencies
- Hives and rashes
- Hay fever
Our allergy and immunology experts collaborate with your primary care physician and other specialists when necessary. And by partnering with your other health care providers and specialists, our full-service clinic can determine the most appropriate steps for monitoring and treating your specific condition, and providing education and guidance that will aid you in better understanding how to live life to the fullest extent possible.
Make an Appointment to Get Started
To make a first appointment with Memorial Allergy and Immunology, you’ll need a referral from a primary care provider.